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  • Mat '64
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    more information about Molli, you can find it here, but.. be warned it's in German:

    www.mollibahn.de

    Edit: wrong link www.molli-bahn.de
    Last edited by Mat '64; 2005-01-30, 20:43.

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  • MaDbOy
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    Originally posted by rich7271
    Do both those trains still run? or r they now like preserved in a museum?
    they're both still in service at a museum Railroad. Molli in germany and mine in Holland

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  • rich7271
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    Do both those trains still run? or r they now like preserved in a museum?

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  • rich7271
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    Very nice pictures

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  • MaDbOy
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    Hi David,

    this particular 64 was build in 1936 By Jung, it has 950HP, and can drive 90 KMPH for and afterwards, you have the most chance to see it between Apeldoorn-Dieren, since it is onwed by the VSM, in the time this one is built, it was the most powerfull steam engine available, and it is a standard Gauge-Deriative(spelling) from the 99 you describe

    hoped i helped you, cheers

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  • Mat '64
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    THat's a BR 64, right? can you add me more info about it, such as Buildyear and in which line it rides on... I mean where can you see this one able to ride?

    It looks a little like the BR 99, on the Famous German Narrow Track Gauge "molli" , The locomotives have been Constructed on 1929, they where probably cheap, because in that time, there where much more powerful and faster Steamengines available... or not?:

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  • MaDbOy
    started a topic Old Steam Train Times

    Old Steam Train Times



    Found it on my Harddrive, i've taken it with my Dad's camera, did a photoshop, tell me what you think
    oh, and if you want the full-size, just PM-me
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